This Stoke Newington home for an actress and musician carefully slots between buildings and site-lines, and wraps built-in furniture into every available surface. Both plan and Planning constraints generated a complex series of intertwining spaces, enlivened by light and interconnectivity.
This 1650 sqft, two-story dwelling is set into the hillside with concrete retaining walls that guide the form of the cabin. Its east-west axis and generous overhangs take advantage of solar orientation while maintaining panoramic views.
This chalet is located near Lake Champlain, a few meters away from the American border. The landscape is composed of two plateaus separated by a 10 m sheer cliff and a gently sloping access to the lake, a rare privilege for this area.
Live Theatreâ€™s new quayside development in Newcastle upon Tyne has begun work on site. The ambitous cultural development, designed by Flanagan Lawrence, creates an outdoor performance space for Live Theatre and transforms an existing 19th-century alms house into a children and young peopleâ€™s writing centre.
Work to transform Dunoon Burgh Hall into a new cultural hub is to proceed in January after the project won ÂŁ300k in funding from Highlands and Islands Enterprise, the final tranche of a ÂŁ1.65m funding package.
Aecom has been named the worldâ€™s biggest architect by BD, in its annual WA Top 100 survey. The number of architects on the books of the WA Top 100 practices has gone up by more than 15% with Aecom becoming the first practice to employ more than 2,000.
In typical the 3 level apartment was made capital reconstruction. The principal changing of stairwayâ€™s type and construction created a new structure of interior and relationships between different parts.
Balanced shade, dappled sunlight, and tree canopy views are the basis of the 518 Sacramento Drive house design. The entry is on center with the lotâ€™s primary Live Oak tree, and each interior space has a unique relationship to this central element.